Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 18, 1960 · Page 13
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SATURDAY. JUNE 18. 1960 CARNIVAL ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH By Dtefc Tunwr "Jimmy is (he most truthful boy I ever dated, Daddy! He DIDN'T have enough money for dessert and a taxi!" Major Heads Tri-County Banker's Association Three Plead Guilty in Greene Court CARROLLTON — Three men pleaded guilty to the charges filed against them this week in Judge Jack Alfeld's court. Jack T. Schmitz pleaded guilty to a charge of passing a school bus while it was stopped and unloading children and was fined $25 and costs. Wesley Hartsook of Greenfield pleaded quilty to a petit larceny charge and was sentenced to six months at the State Farm at Vandalia. Clyde V. Nolan of Hartford pleaded guilty to a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor and was fined $150 and costs and given a 10 day jail sentence. Greene Rural Youth Hear State Trooper CARROLLTON — Sgt. Harold J. Schwertfeger of the traffic safety section of the Illinois State Police, was guest speaker at a meeting of the Greene County Rural Youth Thursday evening in the Carrollton City Hall. Sgt. Schwertfeger also showed films of traffic safety practices and the tragic results of negligence in observance of safety laws. A large group of young people were present for the meeting from Carrollton, Kane, CARROLLTON — Dr. Vernon C. Caine, president of Illinois College, Jacksonville was guest speaker at a dinner meeting of the Tri - County Banker's Association Thursday evening at Pere Marquette Lodge near Grafton. Dr. Caine spoke on school systems in the state and the benefits of higher education. Miss Connie Gourley of Carrollton was soloist with her mother Mrs. Chester Gourley as accompanist. In the business meeting A. R. Major, assistant cashier of Jersey State Bank in Jerseyville, was elected president succeeding John Boirun of the Carrollton Bank. Other officers elected were: Willard Lee of the Farmer's State Bank in Greenfield, vice president, and Russell Warner of the Jersey State Bank in Jerseyville, secretary and treasurer. Attending the dinner and program from Carrollton were S. E. Pierson, Miss Julia Pierson, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gillingham, Mrs. Betty Edwards, Miss Doris Caffery, Miss Peggy Schnelt, W. G. Vogt and daughters, Barbara and Kathryn, Mrs. E1 o n a Seagraves, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Widdowson, Francis .T. Vaughn, T. S. Hough, Robert Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartman, Miss Mary Helen Vandersand, Miss Mary E. Daum, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. John Boirun, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Black. Medora Church Women Meet MEDORA — Mrs. David McKee Sr. and Mrs. Marie Turner were hostesses to the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church Thursday Hospital Nota ALTON MIMOftlAL ' MEDICAL Jerome Becker, Pleldon Mrs. Faye Blackwood, E. Alton Miss Patricia Hughey, Alton Mrs. Maude Morgan, Louisville Robert Flye. Wood River Marvin GvUlo, Bethalto SURGICAL Vanda Lea Jones, E. Alton Michael Cope, Fieldon Donald Bunyan, 32 E. Delmar Michael Drake, Ciodfrey Cory Calhoun, Grafton Mrs. Luevenue DeSherlia, White Hall Miss Maxine Applegate, 2611 Walnut Miss Bennie Brainerd, Grafton DISMISSALS Harold McCleery, E. Alton Mrs. Barbara Hughes. Godfrey Mrs. Pauline Koehm, Godfrey Gerald Heinemeier, Edwardsville Millard Johnson, Bunker Hill Thomas Swann, Bethalto Sandra Williams, Cottage Hills Mrs". Marie Sossomen, Wood River Mrs. Frances Booth, Dow Mrs. Julia Arbuthnot, 2205 Johnson Mrs. Traci Bresson, 2024 Main Carol Green, 1503 Rodger* Mrs. Mary Logan, Jerseyvllle Mrs. Opal Partridge, 1127 Milton Ralph Ruebling. 905 Washington ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Marie Sossomen, 449 Sec- I ond, Wood River I Mrs. Margaret Patterson, 761 I E. Woodland, East Alton Mrs. Wanda Lynch, 3728 E. Doerr Mrs. Julia Sinkewitz, 1134 Long W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Harold L. Irvin Jr., 500 Stowell, Alton SURGICAL Mrs. Dixie Sue Narup, Roxana Mrs. Sara Van Marel, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Mrs. Ruth Nolker, 359 Penning Mrs. Geraldine Horton, 437 Ohio, East Alton Rhonda Lea Crause, 345 Twelfth Mrs. Sandra F. Smith, 133 Linton, East Alton Keith Becker, 258 Lindenwood, East Alton Mrs. Mary Ellen Downer, Hartford Mrs. Dixie Sue Narup, Roxana with Jfihn N. Jones KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5. KETC 9, KPLR11. Saturday EvMitr-r., Jane 18 6:00—(2) News: Bruce Hayward (4) The Big 4 (5> Pioneer (Hi Tills Is Alice 6:30-<;>i Dick Clark (41 Prrry Mason (5) Bonanza: (Color) (111 Wild Bill Hickok 7:00—(4) Give Us This Day 7:15-(4) Big Picture 7:45—(4) Early Riser 8:15—(4) Christian Science 8:30—(2) Town Hall (4) Why Is It So? (5) Film 9:00-<2)Fisher Family, <4) Lamp Unto My Feet (5) Metropolitan Church 9:30— (21 Metropolitan Church (41 Sunday (51 This Is The Life 10:00—(2 • (5) Christophers Faith of Our Fathers Faith for Today Camera Three Millions on the Move: at the McKee home north of Eldred and Hillview. The next meeting of the Rural j Youth group will be in the! fown ' form of a wiener roast at the! Mrs ' Ea ^ StrU " k ' Fry park in Carrollton Tuesday dent P resided and a evening, June 29 at 7:30 p.m. Bethel Church Having Evangelism Week MEDORA — Thirty young people have been attending Youth Evangelism Week at Bethel Baptist Church. The program started with a fellowship forum Sunday evening. A progressive dinner was| held Monday evening at the I homes of Pearl Johnson, Herschel Fritz and L. O. Johnson. A film, "Teen Age Challenge," was shown Tuesday evening Ht workshop was announced for jshipman July 21, and a South- jern Illinois School of Missions at Lebanon Aug. 8-12. The Society voted to furnish refreshments the last day of the vacation Bible school as a memorial to the late Mrs. Mary Ryan. Mrs, Esther Wilson was program leader. Assisting were Mrs. Joseph Mutzbauei, Mrs. A. E. Frueh, Mrs. William Rathgeber, and Mrs. Harry Heyen. Hostess to Club MEDORA — Mrs. Don Moore was hostess to her canasta club Thursday. Prizes went to Mrs Vernon Maska, Mrs. W. D. Gilworth, Mrs. T. T. Eddleman, ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL Thomas C. Jun Jr., 1008 Mckinley Mrs. Dorothy M. Stamm, 3417 Oakwood Mrs. Sally D. Andrus, 1718 Bozza Mrs. Maggie Sipes, 119 Dooley Mrs. June Springman, 420 Foulds Leonard R. Howard, 903 Highland SURGICAL, Peter H. Leeds, Roxana Mrs. Marguerite Sebold, 3617 McCarthy DISMISSALS Miss Dorothy Craig, Warrenton, Mo. Mrs. Patricia L. Anderson, No. 2 E. 12 Miss Nancy Bean, Rt. 1, Alton John Bramley, Brighton Duke H. Cummines, Godfrey Mrs. Rose Marie Cutts, 1814 Sycamore Mrs. Judith A. Diveley, 625 E. Ferguson, Wood River Mrs. Patricia Herren, 1526 Highland Mrs. Marjorie Hilton, Granite City Ralph Huebner, 3537 Western Mrs. Esther McGhee, 1905 Main Bruce A. Malone, Godfrey Mrs. Gladys Mettler, 3300 Brown Mrs. Charlotte An Miller, 601 Wyss Mrs. Edith Moore, Shipman Barbara D. Rhoads, 3422 Gillham Weldon Searles, 1904 Pleasant Richard E. Storm, 1120 Union William E. Taulli, 409 Cherry Mrs. Shirley A. Cunningham, 838»<; Washington Miss Karron Rose Baker, 90 Whitelaw, Wood River Mrs. Marilyn McKee, 3302 Morrison JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Ora Taapkin, Jerseyville Eldon Moore, Jerseyville SURGICAL Charles Lawler, Jerseyville DISMISSALS William Vahle, Hardin Mrs. Howard Meyer, Golden Eagle Mrs. H. R. Gledhill, Jerseyville Carol Hughes, Jerseyville James Fuller. Hardin Mrs. Clarence Griesemeier, Fieldon 10:30-(2> (4) (5) (Color) 10:55—(4) News: Richard Bate 11:00—(2) Message of the Rabbi (4) Way of Life (5) Industry on Parade 11:15—(2) Our Heritage (5) Americans at Work 11:30— (2) Sacred Heart (4> Caucus (5) Frontiers of Faith (11) This Is The Answer 11:45—(21 Ask a Priest Noon—(2) Labor Views the News (4) Montage (5) Home Hunter's Guide (11) Make-BelieVe Isle 12:15—(2) Steelworkers Meeting (5) News: Walt Williams 12:30—(2) Builders' Showcase (4) Quiz a Catholic 5:45—(4) Give Us This Day 5:50—(4) News: Tom Brooks 6:00—(4) Town and Country 6:30— (4) P. S. 4 7:00—(4) Good Morning (5) Today 8:00—(2) Camera Two (4) News: Randall Grover 8:15—(2) Cartoon Time (4) Capt. Kangaroo 9:00—(2) Jack LaLanne Show (4) Red Rowe (5) Dough Re Mi 9:30—(2) Romper Room (4) On The Go (5) Play Your Hunch 10:00—(4) I Love Lucy (5) Price Is Right: (Color) 10:30—(2) Topper (4) December Bride (5) Concentration 11:00—(2) Mr. and Mrs. North (4) Love of Life (5) Truth or Conserjuences 11:15—(11) Morning Chapel 7:00- (2) John Gunther'i High Road (11) Seven League Boots 7:30—(2) Leave It To Beaver (4) Wanted: Dead or Alive (5) Man and the Challenge (lit Movie 8:00—(2) Lawrence Welk (4) Mr. Lucky (5) Deputy 8:30-(4) Have Gun, Will Travel SUNDAY, JUNE 19 (5) Movie (11) Tugboat Annie 1:00—(2) Cartoon Classics (4) Movie (11) Woman's Touch 1:30—(2) Movie 2:00—(4) Charlie Chan (11) Roller Derby 2:30—(4) Close Up (5) Cameo Theatre 3:00—(4) News: Max Roby (11) Movie 3:15-(4) Inside KMOX-TV Brave Stallion American Musical (6) Work) Wkfe '80 (11) Marry a Millionaire 9:00-<2> Jubilee U. S. A. (4) Gimsmoke (11) Jal Alal 9:30—(4) San Francisco Beat (5) Death Valley Days 10:00-(2) Highway Patrol (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) Mike Hammer (tl) Movie 10:10—(4) Weather: Fontaine 10:15~(4) Movie K»:30-'2) CaliforniaM (5) Movie ll:00-(2) Panic ll:30-(2) Movie (11) Movie 12:15-(4) Movie 12:20—(5) News 12:25— (at Movie 12:30—(11) News 1:40—(4) Give Us This Day 1:35—(5) Weather Amos 'n Andy Jim Bowie Face The Nation 3:30-(2) 14) Theatre (5) 4:00-(2) (4) (5) World Championship Goif (11) TV Hour of Stars 4:30— (2) Campaign Roundup (4) College Bowl 5:00—(2) Funday Funnies (4) FYK (5) Meet The Press (11) Combat Sergeant 5:30—(2) Lone Ranger (4) Twentieth Century (5) Fun Fare (11) Sports Special EVENING 6:00—(2) Broken Arrow (4) Lassie (5) Overland Trail (11) Movie 6:30—(2) Maverick MONDAY, JUNE 20 11:20—(11) News: Ken Daust 11:30— (2) Coffee Break (4) Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You: (Color) ll:45-(4) Guiding Light 11:55—(2) News: Bruce Hayward Noon—(2) Restless Gun (4) News-Weather (5) Charlotte Peters (11) Woman's Touch 12:05-(4) I Married Joan Love That Bob! As The World Turns About Faces For Better or Worse Queen for a Day Dennis The Menace Ed Sullivan Music on Ice; (Color) Lawman (4) 7:00-(4) (5) 7:30—(2) (11) Movie 8:00— (2) The Rebel (4) G. E. Theatre (5) Mystery Show: (Color) 8:30— (2) The Alaskans (4) Alfred Hitchcock 9;00— (4) Jack Benny (5) Loretta Young 9:20-(11) News 9:25—(111 Expose 9:30—(2) Johnny Staccato (4) What's My Line (5) The Vikings (11) O'Henry Playhouse N; Afternoon 8 i f*••• ji««^ ; Autrnopn ooaatra B. oogdard Ooddard: N N. Monitor Monitor Orand Ol« Opr? 10:00—(2) (4) kite Rendezvous News: Walter Cron- 12:30-(2) (4) 1:00—(2) (4) (5) (11) Movie 1:30—(2) Susie (4) (5) 2:00-(2) (4) (5) House Party Loretta Young Day in Court The Millionaire Young Dr. Malone (11) Movie (5) Grand Jury (11) Open End 10:15—(4) News: Max Roby 10:25—(4) Sports: Carmlchael 10:30—(2) Movie (2) Movie (5) Man From Interpol 11:00—(5) Divorce Court 12:00—(5) News 12:05—(5) Quest for Adventure 12:20—(2) Movie (4) Movie 12:35—(5) Weather 1:20—(4) News 1:25—(4) Give Us This Day 1:30—(11) News 2:30—(2) Gale Storm (4) Verdict Is Yours (5) From These Roots 3:00—(2) Beat The Clock ' (4) Brighter Day (5) Thin Man 3:15—(4) Secret Storm 3:30—(2) Who Do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night (5) Yancy Derringer 3:45-(ll) Capt 11 4:00—(2) American Bandstand • (4) SS Popeye (5) Our Miss Brooks 4:30—(4) Movie (5) Life of Riley 5:00— (2) Capt. Gallant (5) Wrangler's Club: Firs 15 min. color. (11) Sgt. Preston 5:30—(2) News: Hayward (11) Suspenseville 5:40—(2) Weather: Hayward 5:45—(2) Cartoon Time (5) Huntley-Brinkley News (11) Three Stooges the church. Wednesday evening (8nd Mrs Ina Frencn others a anel discussion was held on panel discussion was held present were Mrs . Norton San-j TJ nf J "The Space Age." The Rev. ders M) . s H p shields Mrs . V «" « Everett Chambers served as moderator and the panel members were Barbara Plato, Patty Johnson, Herschel McKinney and Clement Williams. Thursday evening the theme was "Words of Wisdom," by the pastor, alter which the young people had refreshments in the basement. The program through Sunday. continues Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Pearl Gross, Mrs. Nelson Targ- hetta. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mrs. William VanMeter, Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson and daughter -of Chicago; Mrs. Hazel Burris of Arizona; Herbert VanMeter and son, and Arthur Palmer of St. Louis, were here Thursday to attend the funeral of William VanMeter. Old Words in Day Book of A Blacksmith By JOHN W. ALLEN Southern Illinois University People who are curious can find something of interest in nearly any collection of old records. This happened to me recently in pursuing the daybooks of Thomas Eaton, a blacksmith and the great-grandfather of Mrs. John Sill of Carbondale. The records covered a period of several years beginning with January 1816. Though yellowed by time and somewhat water stained, most of the pages are easily legible. They reveal the blacksmith as a versatile .craftsman, one iwho did about every kind of a job. But they also throw many " side l'« llt on tne wa V earlier farm folk lived and worked. Too, '.they serve to remind those pre- jsently living that many of the CARIJNVILLE - Ten stu-| to i, Si appliances and methods of dents from Macoupin County, 10 M aeon pin Youths to Ge including three from Carlinville, are scheduled to receive degrees from the University of Illinois today. They include: Louis J. Lanxe- rotti, BS; James S. Reid, BS; and Kenneth E. Jones, BS, all of Carlinville; Louis D. Audi, BS; Betty J. H. Kraus. BS, and earlier days have vanished. Forgotten Term* A large number of the terms used have been forgotten Ijy most people, even by one chap past 70 who spent much of his spare time ui boyhood visiting and observing at Uncle "Hidad" Jones' blacksmith shop. Among those terms appearing in Eaton's Cyrelda A. Tarter BS. all of account was KU(ig eon; it was fin- tJ,,~i^J . r-\ *i_. i IA . r.->u . ! edge of a tool that had worn badly. The addition of this strip to the softer iron body of most tools made them about as good as new ones. "Latch for a Lume" There are other puzzling terms. Just what is meant by "heel screw," and what did he do when he "bushed" a gun? Perhaps was the same as breeching a gun, a common term. "A hoop on a tea kill" surely was a hoot, on a tea kettle. Whatever it was, the charges were 40 cents. "A latch for a lume" also was 40 cents. "Sockets on a saw" were $2. He made hoes for $2 and put an eye in a damaged one for 60 cents. His charges for 10 wagon nails was 60 cents, but 10 cart nails cost only 30 cents. These seem like rather steep prices, but it must be remembered that they were nails he produced by hand. He made linch pins to keep wheels on axles at 20 cents each, king pins at $1.20, and wagon tires were from! $3 to $10 each. He put a horn on a saddle for $1.40 and a "gulet" for, he supplied open rings, a strap for a "valese," keys for ox "steapl- es" or chocks for wagons. He ironed hames, case hardened a frizzen for a gun, whatever a frizzen may be, for $4, made a mill spindle and "sharpit a fluke." This smith made a bull "tung" plow, put an ear on a water bucket belt, and stocked a hoe with a pawpaw handle. Then •Ton Removed From BeaverDamLake CARLJNVILLE — Approxi mately 75,000 bluegills were re moved recently from the lake H Beaver Dam State Park south of Carlinville. The lake was par tlally treated with rotenone t reduce the over-abundant blue gill population. The total weigh of the fish was about 4,70 pounds or 81 pounds of fish pe acre. The fish were small, aver aging only one ounce each. The lake was treated to pro mote better growth of the remaining bluegills by makin more food available and to en able the largemouth bass t spawn successfully because o lessened interference from blue! gills. A population analysis since then revealed that a large number of bluegills were still avail- channel Catfish were also collected. Another population check will be made in the fall to determine the amount of growth of the bluegills and the success of the bass spawn. SUNDAY N; Hymns Hymns N: Hymns Hymn* M. ff R. n Mtulo N: MuitO R. Mllflle sac'ed Heart Fa'th in A'KW N: Quart** V. QuartM Presbyterian P«m. N: Hymn* " " Hymn* N; Journal C. Journal Rax Davli N: Mutie R. Mutle N; Muale R. Mutle sin CM Rev. uneft 8 JO .15 9 .11 JO .49 10 11 M .19 M .49 12 JO .1* r. f 5 "•IS 2 .CO J* .19 JO .48 4 M M m f M -5s 6 IS JO .41 7 . Jt .49 8 .00 .11 JO 9 J9 JO 10 s JO 11 N: Roundup lewish Para. Christian So. Llvlni Art Bible UM* •• fi H'Mna Wiijta N; W Scl«m» M Church oTA,tr N: R. Muele N: Club 1380 Club Rev. Bl'rjk Protestants N: Pulpit Radio Pol >ion Hymn* Propnecr N: Taberaaele L. Invitation N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club Rev. Loboe Art Han Sac. Heart Startlme N: Flshlnt Profile*: N Lutherans Rev. Lowtnan N: S Music N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club Ba AM N: Brunch Brunch 3rd N; S Mu»IC N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club Mot* Ut Wain. Report st Fran. Mr. „ N; Prevue Prevue N Brunch Italian Hr. » •• • N; S S. Afternoon Beat of Muni N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N C. Cradle Georietowi Jf. N: Brunch Brunch The World Dr. Barnhouao Fan In Stands Interview Cards-Bravea N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; MnslO Sen. Dlrkeoo SIU Pjm. N; Monitor Monitor N: Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Hymn. t f t* C. People " "f,"- tr- ;: 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N;J»al»B J. Palm II •• »• t» N; Palm J. PaUa i> »• N; Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Or. Pierce Back to God Music Cards-Brave* N: Club ,1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N; Palm N; Soil On me uno Press Meet Headlinea N T. Grant G. Sokolahy N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; S J. Palea N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor S; Report Overseas N Hymns N; Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: J. Palen N; Monitor Monitor Hymns •• S; Hymns Hymns; N N: S Mitch Miller It •• Miller; Trio N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N. Palen J. Pale* Palen: N Sign Off N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Hymns Sign Off J. Dollar M ,? Suspense N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N; Living F. Living Catholics Have Gun— Ounsmoke N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club AP.N Washington Nlte Music N; Smith Dr. Dooley Face Nation N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N: Music Nlte MuslO tt tt Music; N N: Report Perspective B. Anthony N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club MONDAY .11 JO M I JO .U J> 8 9 10 11 12 2 3 5 S 4 H. Cumber N H. Ounther N Opener N: Farm Vogel Farm N: William* G. Willlami CJock watcher G. Newsome N: Newsome G. Newsome N; Day Bob Dw N; Day Bob Day N; Gunther H. Gunther N N; Farm T. Dalley N; Dalley T. Dalley N: W Rex Davis Clockwatcher N; Newsome G. Newsome N; Newsom* G. Newsome N; Day S; Day N: Day Bob Day World N H. Gunther N; Gunther H. Gunther N; Dalley T. Dalley N; Dalley Dalley: N Rex Davis Clockwatcher N; Newsom* G. Newsom* N; Newborn* G. Newsom* N Bob Day N; Wilson Ed Wilson Exercises Unity: Hymns G. Cantrell H. Christian N Clockwatcher N; Newsom* G. Newsom* N; Newsom* G. Newsom* N; Walter H. Walter Tello Qua N: Wilson Ed Wilson B'fast Club N: Godfrey A. Godfrey N; Davis G. Davis N; Davis G. Davis N; Benson R. Ben*OB N: Wilson Fd Wilson N: Dalley 1. Dalley N: Dalley Dalley: N N; Party Houseparty G. Moore Crosby-Clooney N; Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N; Tim* Cty. Tlmo M. Gain** P'hous* Pty. N; Farm Voael Farm The World N: Headline* j. McCormlok Helen Trent 2 Next Door N: Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N Farm-Mat. A. Graco Club N*w* N. Party P'house Party N; Witt D. Witt N: Wilt Witt; N Whlsperlnsj St*. Ma Perkins Dr. Malone Mrs. Burton N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Day Bob Day It M B. countor N; Burke J. Burke D. Witt N; Witt Witt; N Rt. to Hap' Pat Buttram G. William* N: Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; PalOB J., Pa.en N; Burke J. Burke p. Gordon N: Gordon Gordon: N N: Buck J. Buck N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins K. Richard N; Pal«a J. Palm N; Burke .', Burke Burke. N N; Gordon D. Gordon N; Gordon Ciorduii: N N: Buck J. Buck Buck: W N; Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N; Paloa J. Paien ed William Daugham $3 for some stove pipe. A year arid one da} later Daugham met a charge of $1.40 for repairs to stovepipe,— which that leaves one wonder- he put rowels in a spur for 40| jn) , |f jt was , hp s ., m(1 pipe Bej|l Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilton and i Benld: Dorothy.). McFldowney, ally ren iembered that this wasjcents. He took a pair of steers Tomorrow—Father's Day Give DAD Whitman's Sampler 1 and 2 Lb. Gift Wrapped Open Sunday All Day AB, Mount Olive: Gary M. Bronstein. BS. Staunton. and Beverly J. Mateer. MS. Virden. hinge> for cows were sold at $1.40 each. Ben Nunes New Lions President At White Hall WHITE HALL - Ben Nunes was installed as 23rd president of the White Hall Lions Club at the Presbyterian Church Wednesday evening. Also installed were Fred Moulton. 1st vice president; Carl Kesinger. 2nd vice president; the long strap that was turned!at $38, to apply on an account.;. ig.nound chimney bar was F li Piper. 3rd vice president: I'n „... ^ _j AL. _•_ _r _ .. t : i * m mm.* __«.... ra' n .-.4-L. »o t»A i nn t j »•» ? i. . _» vtii ...*.._.. t _ _ i. i Marriage I»*ued pin of a 8trap iron , Eaton wrole mat ne 15 Harrow Teeth, $8.20 "sharpit," meaning sharpened CARLINVILLE - A marriage j unnumopred -, r o „ s ," really license was issued in the office [plowpoints He also .. drew our of Macoupin County Clerk Ed- j ham)W teeln pickg> mattocks> Fifteen harrow teeth from hisj shop, weighing 33 pounds, cost' imade for $3.30. One Oct. 3, he mended a "chain Mrs. Daniel Koenig of this city. Kevelve* Degree WHITE HALL — Miss Sondra Sue Search, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Search, received a master's degree in oral interpretation from Northwestern University School of Speech this week. Miss Search was graduated from White Hall High School In 1955 and received her B.A. degree in speech and theater arts in 1959 from MacMurray College. Jacksonville. She was awarded a scholarship University. full to tuition honor Northwestern $8.20. A fire shovel was made i *" r for 70 cents and one was repair - " lied « and ' O(1 Octt 13 ' he ""P the same ™*°™ ' ro ™ IorN * roc * > ed for 40 cents. A "tramel" for:''; 5 ,, a fireplace cost $4.20 and a set 21 P° unds for * 7 - 70 " of pothooks $1. ' Another time "a leg iron for t o understand wliat is meant' A man needed two iron wedges;Tom" came at $1.70. Some time ward Young to Jack Cobeckj adzes and axeg Martin, 29, Alton, and Josephine Jt gtw is somewhat baffling (of pothooks $1. Lorraine Bausano, 30, Gillespie Richard Hell, secretary; Jack) McCoriathy. treasurer; Fleet Harriett, lion tamer: Marc Die- walci. tiiiltwisti'r; John Ridings. Elden Love, Stunley Thomas and Kiehard Brooks, directors W. J. Hitrhey is immediate past president. Stanley Thomas introduced their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roy when he "upset" axes, got them, weighing nine andjlater, another leg iron weishini.^ ^^ Lj(jn w&nen Fan . Wilton of Pontiac Mich took : mattocks, and a host of otherja half pounds, for $3.40. Eaton;five pounds cost $4. Charges ofi a trip to Calhoun County Thurs-'tools: «t leaves the writer a bitjcharged 60 cents for "putting a the same amount were made for tp determine just heel to a shair." Some kind of,taking such irons off A 'gag" day evening "upset" trying The Medornette Club will 'what it was that he did. There: a mill iron weighing 16 pounds! for another Neyro cos'. $2 andj VVHITF HALL meet Monday evening with Mr< are literally hundred of entriesiwas supplied for $3.60, and twoj repairs about a y«-nr later costiKoems EMFN, Un Laverne Prather in Alton with -where he charges for "laying" ' mill picks were $2. Mill picksiBO cents. "Two yokes for Ne- Navy has complete Mrs. Myron Darr as co-hostess -.axes, hand-axes, broadaxes, were used when the miller i gros ' cost $8 These last cited Lt. Gerald Dodge, who hasjheels, links, shoes, shares,]"pecked" their millstones. He been visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge, left Fri- isoiuetijiies shairst and hooks, i boarded a regular customer, Wil- Laying, more properly called !liam Robinson, "for 5 days of day morning for his new assign- layering, was the welding of a!illness" at a total charge of ment at Wichita, Kan. .strip of steel to toe working'$3.20. On Dec. 15, 1816, he charg- entries give grim glimpses of another time. One can read these old records and muse. They arouse as many questions as they answer. into memheiship. Navy Course Dannie L Jnited States mpleted a course at the U. S. Naval School, San Diego Calif., and has been promoted to petty oiticer, third class He has been reassigned to duty aboard the U.S.S. Hornet. He is the son of Mr. and Benin aerodrome has become Nigeria's first airport, besides Lagos and Kano, to have electric lighting for night landings. TV SHIli for IvtryoM KMQX.TV Sumtoy IAOW K«D_!IO Corrections in Honor Rolls In the East Junior High honor roll, published Thursday, errors in names appeared because of misplacement of lines. The following pupils were on the honor roll of the seventh grade: Penelope Jaooby and Wayne Kennedy, READ Telegraph WANT ADS Dailv VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRY OLEANINB SPECIAL NEXT WEEK tfttl. ton mife

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